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New Beginnings: COACH

The blog is based on five tips for maintaining wellbeing. Using COACH acronym as our framework, the blog will be structured in the following headings: 1. Care 2. Opportunities 3. Action and awareness raising 4. Conversations and feedback 5. Health New Year New Year is one of the oldest holidays still celebrated, but the exact […]

Christmas Reflections: COACH

This is the sixth in the series of blogs that focus on different aspects of wellbeing for both coaches and their clients. This wellness blog has been developed in response to extending the dialogue with coaches as a way of supporting all coaches consider their own wellness as well as that of their clients. Please […]

Taking Care: COACH

This is the fifth in the series of blogs that focus on different aspects of wellbeing for both coaches and their clients. This wellness blog has been developed in response to extending the dialogue with coaches as a way of supporting all coaches consider their own wellness as well as that of their clients. It […]

A practical toolkit for your coaching practice

In this blog, I want to share my thoughts on personal preparation and practicalities to support your coaching practice as professional and effective. Practicalities: •    Timekeeping: if you have to travel to a venue, ensure that you arrive there in plenty of time so that you can prepare the room and yourself for your coaching […]

Halloween: COACH

The British School of Coaching has started a series of new blogs that focus on different aspects of wellbeing for both coaches and their clients.  This wellness blog has been developed in response to extending the dialogue with coaches as a way of supporting all coaches consider their own wellness as well as that of […]

Why Coach Young Leaders?

“Why Glaxo put its money on a leader rather than a chemist.” This was the headline of an article I found in the Business Section of the Sunday Times (25.9.2016) about the newly appointed chief of the pharmaceutical giant Glaxo.  It resonated with me on a couple of levels. Firstly, I felt very encouraged to […]

Preparing for Winter: COACH

This is the third in the series of new blogs that the British School of Coaching has started that focus on different aspects of wellbeing for both coaches and their clients. BSC already hosts an endorsed Wellbeing Coaching qualification. This course provides an opportunity to understanding wellbeing rather than being seen simply as physical health. […]

Autumn Harvest: COACH

The British School of Coaching (BSC) is launching a series of new blogs that focus on different aspects of wellbeing for both coaches and their clients. BSC already hosts an endorsed Wellbeing Coaching qualification. This course provides an opportunity to understanding wellbeing rather than being seen simply as physical health. In addition there is a […]

Continuing Competence for Solicitors: How coaching can help

What is continuing competence? As from 1 November 2016, all solicitors will be subject to the Solicitors Regulation Authority’s new approach to continuing competence, replacing continuing professional development (CPD). Details can be found at the SRA’s website. The statement of solicitor competence adopts the following definition: “the ability to perform the roles and tasks required […]

Back to School: COACH

The British School of Coaching (BSC) is launching a series of new blogs that focus on different aspects of wellbeing for both coaches and their clients. BSC already hosts an endorsed Wellbeing Coaching qualification. This course provides an opportunity to understanding wellbeing rather than being seen simply as physical health. In addition there is a […]